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Contextualized Grammar Instruction for College Transition Students

Kathrynn Di Tommaso, former NCSALL Fellow, World Education, Inc.
A review of research on effective grammar instruction. Research has shown that rote teaching of grammar rules is not an effective teaching method. This brief provides a conceptual framework for discussion of contextualization and numerous classroom examples.

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